Column by Peter Derk September 12, 2014
Does weed help the writing process? Let's find out.
Column by Ed Sikov September 2, 2014
A list of suggested excuses for writers who just can't manage to get any writing done.
Column by Christine J. Schmidt August 8, 2014
I know I sound like a caveman, but you should really go back to writing your scripts and stories with a pen and paper.
Column by Christopher Shultz July 18, 2014
Even though we dream of writing for a living, we sometimes need day jobs to make ends meet. This doesn't have to be a bad thing.
Column by Christine J. Schmidt July 17, 2014
Every writer should keep a journal, or two, or more.
Column by Leah Rhyne May 30, 2014
No matter how much you love what you do (or what you write), sometimes you burn out. Here's one writer's tale of burnout, implosion, and eventual re-ignition.
Column by Peter Derk May 28, 2014
A peace treaty for coffee shop writers and non-writers, profiling 5 of the worst types of coffee shop writers. Let's end the madness.
Column by Naturi Thomas-Millard May 23, 2014
Once you had the good stuff, But now it feels like a bluff? Here's some tips to get tough, And start writing enough...or at least more.
Column by Robbie Blair March 11, 2014
The idea that altered states lead to creativity is an established cultural "wisdom." But is the "write drunk" mentality accurate? I look at the science while conducting a study of my own.
Column by Robbie Blair January 23, 2014
Becoming a freelancer taught me to hate my life and the process of writing itself. In this article, I teach you all the things I wish I'd learned before I dove into the freelance lifestyle.
Column by Robbie Blair January 13, 2014
I examine myths of absolute willpower, divine inspiration, and the identity of the writer, explaining why they are so prominent. Then I attack those myths. With glee.
Column by John Jarzemsky January 3, 2014
New Year's Resolutions are a great way to get a writing habit started, or to revive a flagging one, but tempering them with heavy doses of reality, humility, and time to rest is key.
Column by Robbie Blair January 2, 2014
A look at the science of habit formation, giving you 14 tips on effectively ingraining a writing habit in 2014.
Column by Ryan Peverly December 9, 2013
So, some lessons were learned from participating in National Novel Writing Month for the first time.
Column by Leah Rhyne November 26, 2013
We writers have a lot to be thankful for...here's my half-universal, half-personal top 10 list!
Column by Cameron Pierce November 25, 2013
Is life getting in the way of your writing? Here are eight tips and tricks to manage your time more wisely and boost your productivity.
Column by Phil Jourdan November 22, 2013
Five bad habits to break if you want your writing sessions to be more productive.
Column by Kelly Thompson November 18, 2013
I find myself on unfamiliar ground trying to become a "multi-hyphenate." Am I a fool for trying, especially when I'm barely a non-multi-hyphenate? Let's talk.
Column by Christopher Shultz November 15, 2013
Music can be a wonderful assistant while you create, if you select your tunes wisely. I have a few suggestions to help you choose.
Column by Kelly Thompson November 7, 2013
What can a good writing group do for you? Almost everything.
Column by Robbie Blair October 2, 2013
It's great that you want to support the writers you know, but sometimes it's hard to know how to do so. This article gives some simple advice on offering useful support.
Column by Robbie Blair March 20, 2013
How can we keep ourselves writing each day? How can we make sure that the time we've set aside to write remains sacred? Here are a few strategies I've developed over the years.
Column by Erik Wecks March 13, 2013
Becoming a writer is more about finding your own way than following the right plan.
Column by Karina Wilson February 27, 2013
Why write? After George Orwell, Joan Didion and Jonathan Franzen, a panel of writers at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, debate the issue.